Uttar Pradesh Yuva Sangam Portal – www.yuvasangam.in
Uttar Pradesh Yuva Sangam Portal – Yesterday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath launches ‘Yuva Sangam’ website www.yuvasangam.in in Shastri Bhawan. On this occasion, he said that through this website, youth should be added to their positive energy for the upliftment of the society. Youngsters have a unique ability to do something new and face challenges, so they should take advantage of their creativity while connecting with the development of society.
Uttar Pradesh Yuva Sangam Portal
The Chief Minister said that good governance has brought people in the center of the development process. India is the youngest nation in the world. India’s youth, which constitutes 35 percent of the total population, is the most vibrant and dynamic part of society and their participation in democracy and good governance cannot be underestimated. The youth have a fertile and enthusiastic mind, through which they brought fresh and innovative ideas. Not only this, they also have the power to bring about radical changes. He expressed happiness over the fact that the purpose of the youth union is to provide a common platform for the youth of the state with meaningful dialogue with the Uttar Pradesh government.
The website was informed by the developer that the youth Sangam will be held in three phases in the form of a competition. Under this, the youth of Uttar Pradesh will be encouraged to present an innovative solution to the 11 most important social subjects present in the state. This topic will be – Best Education, Clean Uttar Pradesh, Agriculture Welfare, Digital Uttar Pradesh, Transparent Territories, Healthy Home Family, Safe State, Extra to Antyodaya, Public Participation, Skill Youth and Your Home.
The competition will be organized into three phases – online competition, regional conference and conclave congress. This competition is open to all the native residents of Uttar Pradesh between the ages of 15 to 35 years and the students studying in UPS colleges (age 15 to 35 years). Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur is a partner in this initiative.
Under the online competition, all teams will submit their solutions to any of the 11 subjects through the online presentation, while selected teams from the online competition will be able to present their solutions in the Regional Conference. In this Regional Conference, the leaders of the state, senior officials and experts related to the subject will also participate. Uttar Pradesh has been divided into six zones. The regional conferences will be organized in Noida, Agra, Kanpur, Lucknow, Varanasi and Gorakhpur.
In the concluding assembly, the best teams selected in the regional conference will present their solutions in front of the state leadership in the final of the competition. The closing conclave will be organized in Lucknow on the occasion of ‘U.P. Day’. The contest will run from December 29, 2017 to January 24, 2018. A young person desirous of participating in the competition can get information by logging on its website at the end of the year.